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Gpu upgrade for HP DC 5750

HEllo everyone,

i am planning to get a hp dc5750 micro tower

athlon x2 4400+
2gb ram ddr2
120-160gt hdd

the thing that i want to ask that it has a 3oo watt psu with 2 rails of +12 volts each having 11 amperes

now my question is that should i see that it as "hoola its 22amps on 12v"
or its something like 11a FIXED for a rail and other fixed for the other.

because i will be hopping in gt240 or an hd5670 or gt440
(psu doesn't have 6pin connector)
so basically to summarize all this my question is

"will two +12v rails each having 11amps be enough to run any card that doesn't require supplementry power connectors?
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  1. colonel vanik said:
    HEllo everyone,

    i am planning to get a hp dc5750 micro tower

    athlon x2 4400+
    2gb ram ddr2
    120-160gt hdd

    the thing that i want to ask that it has a 3oo watt psu with 2 rails of +12 volts each having 11 amperes

    now my question is that should i see that it as "hoola its 22amps on 12v"
    or its something like 11a FIXED for a rail and other fixed for the other.

    because i will be hopping in gt240 or an hd5670 or gt440
    (psu doesn't have 6pin connector)
    so basically to summarize all this my question is

    "will two +12v rails each having 11amps be enough to run any card that doesn't require supplementry power connectors?

    Hey There I have bought that system in small form factor with athlon x2 4600+ but the problem that i am facing is My existing 8500 GT nVidia is not working with it which means it does not support many graphics cards so I am thinking of trading it in for ati hd 5450 But am unsure of its performance whteher it will work or perform as expected? I will be looking forward for your insight that what do you suggest !!!!!.
  2. yes but the question is that will dual 11amp handle these easily?
  3. Yes.
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